Tag: Ann Neumann
Deadly DecisionsFebruary 2016
The authors of The Good Death and Five Days at Memorial discuss disaster preparedness, impossible health care choices, and the notion of journalistic objectivity.
Ann Neumann: The Homemade Death PenaltySeptember 2015
Faced with a shortage of killer drugs, Texas executioners have begun manufacturing their own pentobarbital, a lawsuit charges.
God’s Creation Is Running a FeverDecember 2014
Religion in America: The climate scientist on denialism and why her evangelical faith demands action.
Ann Neumann: How the Other Half DiesJune 2014
Class in America: If a humane death is to become a human right, we have to address the socioeconomic barriers that block so many from proper end-of-life care.
Ann Neumann: Cruel and the UsualJune 2014
Clayton Lockett’s death exposed the secrecy that corrections departments across the country have imposed on executions—and shows us how unreliable and painful lethal injection really is.
Ann Neumann: Whole Body BurningMarch 2014
American South: Who gets executed in America, and where, and how—is changing.
The Longest Hunger StrikeJanuary 2013
American courts recognize rights to refuse life-saving treatment. So why won’t the State of Connecticut let William Coleman die?